Translation of transnational in Spanish:


transnacional, adj.

Pronunciation /trænzˈnæʃ(ə)n(ə)l/ /træn(t)sˈnæʃ(ə)n(ə)l/ /tranzˈnaʃ(ə)n(ə)l/ /trɑːnzˈnaʃ(ə)n(ə)l/ /transˈnaʃ(ə)n(ə)l/ /trɑːnsˈnaʃ(ə)n(ə)l/

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    • Both inwardly and outwardly, growing instability infected national and transnational politics.
    • The maquiladora sector is governed by a slew of local, national and transnational laws.
    • In the current national military strategy, transnational threats are of prime importance.
    • As we will see, this changing identity has both national and transnational dimensions.
    • The bureaucratic boundaries of the nation-state complicate intimate transnational exchange.
    • The main drivers of change are now transnational corporations rather than national governments.
    • This is nation states versus transnational terrorist organizations.
    • This is a world of interdependence, in which nation-states are subordinated to transnational authorities.
    • It's about upholding national sovereignty in the face of fancy, transnational treaties, like the Human Rights Act.
    • First, the organization operates at a transnational level from London.
    • Of course, it is true that it is difficult for one nation to solve a transnational problem.
    • What types of transnational actors can be based on national groups?
    • The fibre supply was now tightly committed to the operations of three large transnational pulp and paper corporations.
    • A spokesman for the Department of Justice said the convention was an important instrument in combating transnational crime.
    • Plainly, the US dominates these institutions, as it dominates other transnational bodies.
    • Some adjustment will be required, as prior rules and procedures are adapted to a new kind of transnational conflict.
    • Extradition, as a tool to combat transnational crime, particularly terrorism, is always a controversial issue.
    • Pluralists consider non-state actors very important entities, having transnational impact.
    • It negated such emotive factors as transnational religious feeling.